omission

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omission

[ō′mish·ən]
(geology)
The elimination or nonexposure of certain stratigraphic beds at the surface of any specified section because of disruption and displacement of the beds by faulting.
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Regarding the omittance of the term "civil state" in the first constitutional article, Salmawy said: "The term might have been cancelled in the first article, but the rest of the constitutional articles guarantee that Egypt will be a civil state.
gor Biscan was left out of the squad for the first time this season while Stephane Henchoz, recently rebuked by Houllier for questioning his omittance, was recalled to the heart of defence after a six-gameabsence.
This is because institutional and competitive pressures are, nevertheless, far too intensive and in too clear contradiction with each other to justify omittance of this coordinating activity.